full of charm, and of course, a generous helping of blueberries. We are
introduced to Ellen Branford (Alison Sweeny), a successful lawyer living in Manhattan.
But her world is upended when she’s again pulled into a series of clues left by her grandmother.
a place she didn’t know her grandmother had ties to, she sets out to deliver a
letter; a letter that not only holds a secret, but also connects her to Roy
(Marc Blucas), a charming local.
like I come off as a broken record. But in this instance, it’s never a bother, and I
hope you don’t mind the repetitiveness either. All this to say, I’m going to repeat precisely the same as this review proceeds, which is another delightful film. The basic premise
of this is akin to others that have come before it. The concept of big-city
girl finding so much in a small town, and being charmed (in more ways than one) by that small town, isn’t a
new one. Still this script places a spin on it by eliminating any first-hand ties Ellen might have to the town.
where it all takes place is cozy and the characters sparkle with
wholesome personality. In particular, I found the sassier romance between Ellen
and Roy adorable! It’s still up to
the standard of Hallmark, but not without its unique markers and swoon-y
moments. The meet-cute in particular is “aww…”
inducing as was the cute “dance” scene. Although part of the charm of the
relationship might be linked to my fondness for Blucas in this leading man
perfect one to watch. If your Sunday night is anything like mine (cool and
dreary), The Irresistible Blueberry Farm is
the ideal tonic.